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ACC in the morning II: Georgia Tech questions

Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich

As Georgia Tech prepares to open its first official practice Wednesday, the AJC took a look at a few questions facing the Yellow Jackets.

(And just in case you were wondering ... the A-back is a hybrid position, used as a rusher and a receiver. The B-Back is the fullback, but he runs more than he blocks in this scheme).

I'll have more fun stuff on Georgia Tech today (since they're the only ones practicing right now), and will also start a similar (albeit shorter) set of questions as each team starts to practice.

Florida State is the last team in the ACC to start practice, but Jimbo Fisher has been slowly starting to slip into his new role. That doesn't mean Bobby Bowden won't decide to stay there through the 2010 season.

Even if he does, the Seminoles are lucky in that they've essentially got a head coach who can go out and recruit. It appears to be paying off.

You guys say Clemson-Georgia Tech should've been on this list, but here's another reason why I say South Carolina is Clemson's biggest rival.

Several of Miami's recruits are facing eligibility concerns. What good is recruiting top talent if they can't play for you?

It looks like Branden Ore is gonna play -- just not for the Hokies.

Before NC State starts playing any games in Carter-Finely, they've got to put it back together first.

Aaron McFarling of the Roanoke Times critiqued each of this year's media guides, a.k.a. 200-page recruiting tools (seriously, Miami has a letter on page 28 that starts: Dear Prospective Student-Athlete:). It's a popular thing to do in July.